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around and give a lot of money to obama -- he would ge nothing out of it. ama is not going to repeal dodd-frank. >> they can't be any worse off. an 18-point advtage that just disappeared? >> it's coming down to the women's vote. it is very important. neil: the vification that they have seen of mt romney prior to the debate, he doesn't quite seem that way now. in other words, he not so bad. >> are you askg me? neil: yes. because i don't care about charlie. [laughter] >> i'm having a little trouble hearing what this you are talking about with his earpiece. i think the debate was obama's worst nightmare. and everybody knowshat the women's vote is going to be very popular and not a lot of the candidates are sure how to ach out to him. >> go ahead, i'm sorry, nicole. >> they could do something radicaby having one of their surrates. which is the vp candidate, paul ryan, he could do a ladies night. [laughter] >> yeah, ty could try that. we have secrets. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] >> i'm not one to speak for won. a lot of women that i speak you know, they have told me tha
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insurance companies when doctors and hospitals -- the ama support what happened we and hospitals -- the ama support what happened we did. aarp endorsed what we did. and extended the life of medicare to 2024. senior, ask yourself. do you have better coverage? you do. they wipe all of this out, and medicare becomes insolvent in 2016, number one. number two, guaranteed benefit. it's a voucher when the congressman had his first voucher program, the cbo said it would cost $6, 400 more for every senior 55 and below. governor romney knowing that said i would sign it. were i there. >> you can see both candidates throwing around a lot of claims about medicare. tom foreman and reality check team. have been checking facts, tom. what do you see? >> medicare is a government health care plan, mainly for people over 65, million people are counting on that. as you heard from both campaigns, each side is saying the other side's future plans are terrible. >> obama care, taks 716 billion to take care of obama care. >> seniors, have you been denied choices, lost an advantage. >> they haven't put a credible ide
. we cut the cost to medicare. we stopped overpaying insurance companiesthe ama supported what we did. aarp supported what we did. they want to wipe this out. it also gave more benefits, in the senior out there, did you have more benefits today? you do. you did well in this visits without copays. guaranteed benefits. it is a voucher. when they first proposed -- the cbo said it would cost $6,400 a year more for every scene near 55 and below when they got there. he knew that. yet he got all the guys in congress to vote for it. governor romney said, i would sign it. the idea believe? the ama, me, or somebody who would put in motion a plan that it knowingly at $6,400 a year more to the cost of medicare? now they have a new plan. trust me, it will not cost you any more. folks, follow your instincts. with regard to social security, we will not privatize. if you listened to mitt romney, and the congressmen during the bush years, imagine where all of those seniors would be now if the money had been in the market. their ideas are old and their ideas are bad and eliminate the guarantee of medic
cut the cost of medicare. we stopped overpaying insurance companies. the ama supported what we did. aarp endorsed what we did. and it extends the life of medicare to 2024. they want to wip this all out. it also gave more benefits. any senior out there, ask yourself, do you have more benefits today? you do. if you're near the doughnut hole, you have $600 more to help your prescription drug cost. you get wellness visits without co-pays. they wiped this out and medicare becomes insolvent in 2016. when they first posed the first voucher program, the cbo said it would cost $6,400 a year, martha, more for every senior 55 and below when they got there. he knew that. yet he got all the guys in congress to vote for it. governor romney, knowing that, said i would sign it were i there. who do you believe? the ama, me, a guy who has fought his whole life for this or somebody who put in motion a plan that knowingly cuts -- added $6,400 a year more to the cost of medicare. now they've got a new plan. trust me, it's not going to cost you anymore. folks, follow your instincts on this one. and with
stopped over paying insurance companies when doctors and hospitals-- the ama supported what we did. aarp endorsed what we did. and it extends the life of medicare to 2024. they want to wipe this all out. it also gave more benefits. any senior out there, ask yourself, do you have more benefits today? do you. if you are near the donut hole, you have $600 more to help your prescription drug cost. you get wellness visits without co-pays. they wipe this out and medicare becomes insolvent in 2016. number 1. number 2, guaranteed benefit. it's a voucher. when they have first proposed -- when the congressman had his first voucher program, the cbo said it would cost $6400 a year, martha, more for every senior, 55 and below, when they got there. he knew that. yet he got it all the guys in congress and the republican party too vote for t. mitt romney, knowing that said, i would sign it, were i there. who do you believe? the ama? me? i guy who has fought his whole life for this? or someone who would put in motion a plan that knowingly added $6400 a year more to the cost of medicare? now they have a n
of medicare. we stopped overpaying insurance companies when doctors and hospitals, the ama supported what we did. aarp endorsed what we did. and it extents the life of medicare to 2024. they want to wipe this all out. it also gave more benefits. any senior out there ask yourself do you have more benefits today? you do. if you are near the doughnut hole you have more. they wipe all of this out, and medicare becomes insolvent in 2016. number 2 guaranteed benefit. it is a voucher. when the congressman had his first voucher program, the cbo said it would cost $6,400 a year martha more for every senior j55 and below when they got there. he knew that, yet he got it his buddies to vote for it. governor romney knowing that said i would sign it were i there. who do you believe the ama? me? a guy who has fought his whole life for this? or somebody who would put in motion a plan that knowingly added $6,400 a year more to the cost of medicare. now they have a new plan. trust me it's not going to cost you anymore. folks follow your instints on that one. and with regard to social s
when doctors and hospitals. the ama supported what we did. aarp endorsed what we did. and it extends the life of medicare to 2024. they want to wipe this all out. it also gave more benefits. any senior out there, ask yourself. do you have more benefits today? you do. if you are near the donut hole, you have $600 more to help your prescription drug cost. you get wellness vistis without copays. they wipe all of this out and medicare becomes insolvent in 2016, number one. number two, guaranteed benefits. it's a voucher. when they first proposed, when the congressman had his first voucher program, the cbo said it would cost $6,400 a year, martha, more, for every senior, 55 and below, when they got there. he knew that, yet, he got it -- all the guys in congress to vote for it. governor romney, knowing that, said, i would sign it, were i there. who do you believe? ama? me? or somebody who would actually put in motion a plan that knowingly amended $6,400 more to the cost of medicare? now they got a new plan. trust me. it's not going to cost you anymore. folks -- follow your instincts on thi
companies when doctors and hospitals. the a.m.a. supported what we did. a.a.r.p. endorsed what we did. and it extended the life of medicare to 2024. they want to wipe this all out. it also gave more benefits. any senior out there ask yourself-- do you have more benefits today? you do. if you're near the donut hole you have $600 more to help your prescription drug cost. you get wellness visits without co-pays. they wipe all of this out and medicare becomes insolvent in 2016. number one. number two, guaranteed benefit. it's a voucher. when they first proposed-- when the congressman had his first voucher program the c.b.o. said it could worst $6,400 a year, market amore for every senior, 55 and below when they got there. he knew that, yet he got all the guys in congress and women in the republican party to vote for it. governor romney, knowing that said, "i would sign it were i there. who do you believe? the a.m.a., me, a guy who has fought his whole life for this, or somebody who would actually put in motion a plan that knowingly cuts-- added $6,400 a year more to the cost of medicare.
anniversary of the amas. we're celebrating it right here because we've been given exclusive rights to announce the very first nominees. the category that we will announce right now on "gma" are the nominees for favorite female artists. and the nominees are, kelly clarkson, nicki minaj, katy perry, and rere. and the later categories will be announced in los angeles, by christina aguilera. the amas, will be broadcast live here on abc, on november 18th, at 8:00 p.m. that is a modified "pop news." we had to go short because we had good conversation. >> great stuff. >>> hey, sam. >> i'm glad you didn't come to me at first, lara. i was crossing the street. cabs were honking at us. we're live with some showers in times square. we have the umbrellas. we're okay. let's get to the boards. we're going to start with a little bit of cold air. a reinforcing shot. we've had chilly temperatures in the middle of the country. this will stay shallow. it moves to the east. in chicago, you're going to see 40s out of this. wednesday, think 48 degrees. that's your number. this air does not sink to the south. it stay
companies when doctors and hospitals -- ama and aarp endorsed what we did. it extends the life of medicare to 2024. they want to like this out. also give more benefits. any senior out there, ask yourself, do you have more benefits today? you do. you have $600 more. you get wellness' visits without copays. they wipe all of this out and medicare becomes insolvent in 2016. no one appeared number two, guaranteed benefits. it is a voucher. when they first proposed -- and the congressman had the first program, cbo said it would cost $6,400 a year, martha, more for every senior 55 and below when they got there. he knew that, yet he got all his guys in congress to vote for it. governor romney said, i would sign it. "do you believe? teh ama, me, -- the ama, me, a guy who has fought his life for this, or a man who put in plan that added to the cost of medicare? now they have a new plan. trust me. it is not going to cost you any more. follow your instincts on this one. host: here is the front page of the "washington times." >> we take you live now. mitt romney and his running mate paul ryan arriving
for the vice presidential debae. ama'ec headquarters. jenna: the first part is most important. a new target in a series of cyberattacks against the nation's banks. a bank that is getting ready for the next denl of service ta o ht and a hit and run ponte. the guy who got hit, survived, and now he has a message for the driver. we will share that with you next eligible for medicare? that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medal expenses. sosianp cao ppntur p insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all sndardized medicare supplement plans, they help save you up to thousands in out-of-pocket costs. you'll t any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients... plus, there are no networks, and you'll never need a referral to see a specialist. join the millions who have alrea enrolled in t onldi sumenscens do brp pred unedhealthcare insurance company, which has over 30 years of experience behind it. with all the good years ahead, look for the experience and commitment to go the distance with you. call now to request your free decision guid
companies when doctors and hospitals, the ama supported what we did, aarp endorsed what we did. and it extends the life of medicare to 2024. they want to wipe this all out. it also gave more benefits. any senior out there ask yourself, do you have more benefits today? you do. if you're near the doughnut hole, you have $600 more to help your prescription drug costs. you get wellness visits without co-pays. they wipe all of this out, and medicare becomes insolvent in 2016, number one. number two, guaranteed benefit. it's a voucher. when they first proposed, when the congressman had his first voucher program, the cbo said it would cost $6,400 a year, martha, more for every senior 55 and below when they got there. he knew that, yet he got in all the guys in congress and women in the republican party to vote for it. governor romney knowing that said i would sign it. who do you believe? the ama? me? a guy who's fought his whole life for this? or somebody who would actually put in motion a plan that knowingly cut -- added $6,400 a year more to the cost of medicare. now they've got a n
the cost to medicare. we stopped overpaying insurance companies. the ama supported what we did. aarp supported what we did. they want to wipe this out. it also gave more benefits, any seniors out there, did you have more benefits today? you do. you get wellness visits without copays. guaranteed benefits. it is a voucher. when they first proposed -- the cbo said it would cost $6,400 a year more for every senior 55 and below when they got there. he knew that. yet he got all the guys in congress to vote for it. governor romney said, i would sign it. who do you believe? the ama, me, or somebody who would put in motion a plan that knowingly adds $6,400 a year more to the cost of medicare? now they have a new plan. trust me, it will not cost you any more. folks, follow your instincts. with regard to social security, we will not privatize. if you listened to mitt romney and the congressmen during the bush years, imagine where all of those seniors would be now if the money had been in the market. their ideas are old and their ideas are bad and eliminate the guarantee of medicare. >> they got
to them versus 15 politicians. >> who do you believe, the a.m.a., somebody who has fought their life or somebody who would put in motion a plan who would knowingly cut cost you 6400 a year more to the cost of medicare. now they have a new plan, trust me, it's not going to cost you anymore. folks, follow your instincts on this one. >> i love that moment because one of the things i've found -- i mean, if you imagined the mirror image of this. if you imagine the democrats running a national campaign for president in which they were going around saying, we are going to cut taxes for the rich the most. listen to us. we're going to cut taxes for the rich the most. you would say, that's not what you believe in. it's not what your record has been. why should we -- and so what's been amazing is to watch this battle happen over medicare. and joe biden just reduce it to i think what is the essence, which of these two parties do you really think is going to stand behind medicare in its current form. whatever paul ryan says about we're going to protect you, it's not going to be that bad, just loo
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